Health & Human Services
2020 Census: Counting the Inland Empire Tess Thorman, Vicki Hsieh, Sarah Bohn September 5 2018 Counting Californians accurately in the 2020 Census is crucial. Many factors make the Inland Empire—home to more than 4.5 million Californians—a particularly challenging region.
2020 Census: Counting the San Joaquin Valley Tess Thorman, Sarah Bohn, Vicki Hsieh August 30 2018 An accurate count in the 2020 Census is crucial for California. Home to 4.3 million people, the San Joaquin Valley may be one of the state’s hardest-to-count regions.
Video: A Conversation with Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi Mary Severance August 24 2018 House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and PPIC president Mark Baldassare had a wide-ranging conversation about the relationship between California and the federal government in a number of areas, including economic and tax policy, immigration, health care, and environmental issues.
Geographic Variation in Poverty across California Tess Thorman August 14 2018 Poverty in California varies dramatically by region. PPIC's new interactive maps show these disparities across counties and US congressional, state senate, and state assembly districts.
Video: 2020 Census: Why Is the Citizenship Question Such a Big Deal? Eric McGhee August 7 2018 The addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 Census has sparked controversy. PPIC’s Eric McGhee explains why.